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Our edible toadstools and mushrooms and how to distinguish them; a selection of thirty native food varieties, easily recognizable by their marked individualities, with simple rules for the identification of poisonous species (1895)

Author: Gibson, W. Hamilton (William Hamilton), 1850-1896; Herndon, James B., Jr. fmo; Herndon/Vehling Collection. fmo
Subject: Mushrooms; Cookery (Mushrooms); cbk
Publisher: New York, Harper
Language: English
Call number: QK617 .G45
Digitizing sponsor: MSN
Book contributor: Cornell University Library
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Collection: cornell; biodiversity; americana

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Bibliography: p. [325]-327

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